Biskupský Yard Museum
The Biskupský Yard Museum houses the largest freshwater aquarium in the country, and has plenty of information on Moravian wildlife,...
Exhibits here straddle the intellectual gulf between extinct life and the medieval village. In a courtyard to the right of the museum is...
Opposite the Capuchin monastery, a lane leads into the sloping square of Cabbage market, the heart of the old town and where live carp...
Opera and classical music with an emphasis on Mozart (he played there in 1767). Buy tickets at the National Theatre Box Office .
Brno's oldest (and maybe its 'meatiest') restaurant sits on the edge of the Cabbage Market. Ignore the irony and dig into huge Moravian...
Capuchin Monastery information
Lonely Planet review
One of the city's leading attractions is this ghoulish cellar crypt that holds the mummified remains of several city noblemen from the 18th century. Apparently the dry, well-ventilated crypt has the natural ability to turn dead bodies into mummies. Up to 150 cadavers were deposited here prior to 1784, the desiccated corpses including monks, abbots and local notables.